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 Posted: Sat May 31st, 2008 01:06 pm
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delawaredrew
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Getting out of this business already and have some equipment for sale. Is it cool to post tools for sale here?  Don't think it is anything that is sold by the host or affiliates.

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Thanks pegi.
I just put my airsled on ebay.
Here's the stuff I have right now:
  • "All Dolly" wall oven lift -  $200 + shipping.  Never used but slight bit of discoloration on it from unknown source.  Allows easy removal of double wall ovens for servicing.  Takes weight of unit and rolls it out of cabinetry.  2 wooden shelves.   Folds flat.  Legs swing into position for use.  Exact model no longer on website.  But it is similar to the one called "Alldolly with Hy-Grip knobs and shelf" which retails for $295.  See it at http://www.alldolly.com. 
  • Microwave lift table.  $150 + shipping.  Used during training only.  Lightweight - about 10lbs. Expandable design straddles cooktop to install and remove spacesaver microwaves.  Makes working on those 80lb Advantiums a little easier on the back.  Uses a impact driver or drill to raise and lower.  All aluminum construction.  Front and top:
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I checked out the ebay auction on the air sled and I may be intrested. I've been contemplating purchasing one for awhile. Does it perform as well as the videos lead you to believe? I asked  the Samurai about  one a couple months back. Also the microwave lift table do you know the dimensions of the top and the approx. weight it will handle.  Thanx   David



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The MW lift table is 24"w x 21"d.  It rises up to about 19".  Unknown as to how much weight it can lift, it is powered by your impact driver or a wrench.  The max weight is probably determined by the threaded rod that does the work.  I've used others like it to raise and lower those PITA 80lb advantiums, the heaviest MWs I ever had to work on.  I just sat on it fully raised and it didn't complain, I'm over 200lbs.
The air sled is easy to use and does make moving big viking or monogram ranges alot easier.  Once inflated you can slide the item right out.  I've only set this particular sled set  up once to test it but the other one I had was really handy when working alone. 

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Air sled sold.  All-Dolly and lift table going on ebay if anyone wants them...

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